Fashion Revolution Week, Promoting Sustainable Fashion & Greater Tansparency in the Fashion Supply Chain.Fashion Revolution Week, a sustainable fashion event and movement .Fashion Revolution, marks a week of campaigns, protests and online information sharing to demand greater transparency in the fashion supply chain. Co-founded by Carry Somers and Orsola de Castr, the movement publishes a Fashion Transparency Index each year, detailing some of brands which are leading the way on transparency, which brands are improving, and where there is more work to be done. This year, the fifth Index will be published, the biggest to date, including details of 250 of the world’s biggest fashion brands and retailers.
With the rise in awareness in sustainable fashion, the industry has pivoted and is moving towards more ethical productions and environmentally focused practices. Millennials and Gen Z market audiences have set the ethical tone that they expect fashion brands to adhere to.
Once upon a time, we’d buy a dress, wear it once and leave it in the wardrobe without a second thought. With over 7 billion people on the planet, if we continued with this, our actions will have irreversible consequences on the environment. Consumers over the past two years have begun to wake up to the effect that cheap/disposable fashion is contributing to climate change.
By Ciara Redmond Photo cred: Sustainable Fashion Forum As climate activism takes a central role on the world stage, one thing is guaranteed; sust...
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